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say most of the children were never aware of the threats. >>> two san lorenzo schools received threatening high schools, royal and the east bay arts school received the calls ended with the words dead or death. both schools were evacuated or searched. yesterday, san -- san lorenzo received a similar call. >>> investigators responded to a report of a stabbing at a business complex on oakland road near brokaw in north san jose shortly before 3:00 a.m. police say the victim was discovered inside suffering from at least one stab wound and was later pronounced dead at the hospital. investigators say it happened during a party at the complex. no word mon a suspect description or motive. >>> this time of year can be difficult for parents who have lost children. coming up in six minutes we'll show you what a san francisco salon is doing to help make a holiday a little brighter for mothers of homicide victims. >>> john kerry's entire life has prepared him for the role. president obama announced the massachusetts as his choice for secretary of state. kerry appeared with the president at
san lorenzo river was rising fast. >> at first it was an advisory only, and then it was mandatory when it was clear the river would come up. >> the river reached some four feet over flood stage. they were evacuated before. they have lived here 27 years. >> we need to secure our animals. we need to move our vehicles. we need to not be in the houses while the severe flooding is happening. >> while the streets were under anywhere from six inches to four feet of water, these still photos show the area at the height of the flooding. the stranded police car had to be towed out. they showed us where the river water reached in his garage back in 1998. he says flooding here is a way of life. >> if it is going to get to you too much you shouldn't live down there. >> the heavy rains caused the closure of southbound highway 9 to paradise drive. the road was closed near san lorenzo valley high school. a tree fell on power lines causing a power outage to dozens of homes. they were anxious to restore power. >> there was flooding and no power and no sum p pump to pump it out. >> residents say the wors
: the san lorenzo river is rushing fast. in fact, carroll hendrix says it appears to be rising more dramatically than she's seen in years. only a day and a half ago it was so dry here you could walk across the bottom at this spot near downtown boulder creek. >> if it keeps raining it's probably going to go over the dam. the rain keeps falling in the mountains so do trees and electrical wires. highway nine was blocked in several places. including this tangled mess for much of the morning. we found folks who decided the take matters in their own hands. >> i don't know a tree fell down. >> what did you do. >> we chain sawed it up. the rest of us picked up and through to the side. >> three different men got out of their cars with their own chain saws and got to work sawing away the fallen tree. another guy used wire cutters to clear the roadways. >> it was a guide wire. no electricity. it was safe. >> we're happy to report no one was hurt in that incident. the folks up here very self sufficient. several had the chain saws in the car and took care of business. he said that's very dangero
you very much. another river being watched to the south is the san lorenzo runs through several mountain communities. it's also running high and fast and more rain will not help matters da lynn was up in the mountains earlier. >> reporter: it's not looking good right now. rain is falling in the south bay. about 55 customers without power in the south bay and the santa cruz mountains. the biggest problems in the region up in the santa cruz mountains because a lot of trees are falling down making parts of the mountains very dangerous. one tree came down in front of me. that's the tree you're looking at right there. it appeared to be a dead tree and it snapped off and landed about 15 feet in front of me when i was driving on steven canyon road and a large oak tree fell on a pg&e truck on the road last night. you can see the damage on the back of the truck. the truck and the crew were supposed to be sent there to restore power for residents there. >> there was a spot of bad luck right there be but the driver said it's the second time it happened to him. you feel dangerous when it st
in the south in the santa cruz mountains. the san lorenzo is running high and fast. it runs through several mountain communities. problems the rain is causing in the south bay and on the peninsula. >> the rain has been coming down in the south bay and along the peninsula. it's cause ago lot of problems for streets and parking lots. take a look at this parking lot. you can see the amount of water. i'm standing in a foot deep of water right here. firefighters pumped water out of this flooded redwood city complex late saturday night. >> it was up to a foot deep. >> reporter: they got the water out before it could cause any damage. the heavy rain -- moving from one trouble spot to another. >> it's been very busy today. particularly with the rain. a lot of freeway accidents currently. >> reporter: the santa cruz mountains a crew sent to help restore power needed help themselves after a large oak tree fell on top of their truck. >> bad luck. >> reporter: it happened friday night on stevens canyon road. no one was hurt. since the workers were working away from the truck. >> a spot of bad luck ther
installed metal plates. >>> the santa cruz town of felton cleaning up. the san lorenzo river reached four feet over flood stage. 40 families in the community of felton grove had to leave their homes. dan and liz say they did get advanced warning that the river was rising fast. >> first it was an advisory only. then it became mandatory as it was clear the river was going to come up. >> streets in felton were from six inches to four feet underwater. these photos taken by show the area at the height of the flooding, a stranded police car had to be towed out. >>> stretch of road off richmond parkway reopened after flooding caused its closure. it took on water all day yesterday. the landscape along the road was so saturated rain was rolling off it, the road had to be closed until the water drained off. heavy rain caused a creek to overflow banks yesterday afternoon in -- turned into a lake, four homes were flooded. >>> san francisco international airport expects no weather-related delays today that's good news for travelers whose flights were cancelled this weekend. others spent hours at the a
san lorenzo river and felton grove area. a flash flood warning in place until 6::30 right now that river is just above flood stage. you can see the activity in the santa cruz mountains. the reds do indicate some intense downpours and our estimation here .10" an hour to .45" an hour. the wider perspective in parts of the south bay and parts east bay, the yellows and reds indicating those heavier down powers. pours. and also around the fremont area, still some downpours to report in this region. as we move the maps up to the north, the activity has been back off quite a bit, but once again, a flood warning post for the napa river. just cresting right above flood stage this evening at st. helena, 8:00 for mapa river at napa, 10:00. and the russian river at guerneville should be cresting below flood stage. that so for tomorrow morning at 11:00. coming up we'll take a look at very impressive rainfall totals and your forecast for christmas. >>>less weather is causing significant delays at san francisco airport. a manager tells us that departing flights are 45-90 minutes behind sched
their homes the san lorenzo river reached four feet over flood stage yesterday, a tree fell on power lines knocking out electricity to nearby communities. getting in and out was a challenge after heavy rains forced closure of southbound highway 9. >>> in the north bay they are still dealing with aftermath of flooding and high winds. giant fir tree split the roof of a house in forestville yesterday. power lines were damaged, nobody was hurt. lucky no one was inside the club pleasanton when a big redwood crashed through the roof, crews cut branches and cleared out debris. >>> portion of storm damage highway 1 in san mateo county reopen small rock and mudslide near devils slide yesterday morning forced highway patrol to close it, crews quickly cleared it. larger mudslide earlier this month forced a stretch of highway 1 to be closed for almost three weeks. >>> stay with abc7 news for continuing storm watch coverage. mike will have the full forever cast in a few minutes. you can check live doppler -- 7 hd any time on abc7news.com. we would like to you share your weather video or pictures . send
begins to explain the daily frenzy at too good gourmet in san lorenzo. it's a fantasy land of the bright, the cheerful, the tasty, the obsessed >> she with came saturday and sunday and monday. >> merry christmas. >> blame it on the marketing instincts of jennifer. that's her. the one with the boxes of cookies all around her office. >> it began as trying to do one better than the animal cracker. >> it's the sweet tooth twist on the made in america theme. woman learns mba, learns business with big corporate bands good in 19978 starts a cookie company because she wanted something to market and sell. >> i'll just go for it. just go do it. see if it works and be willing to fail and then change and try again and fail again and try again. >> the concept, tasty cookies, combined with house created packaging. >> i think people are impulsive and they see something they-like, they want to buy it. >> not that the packager jennifer always sees eye to eye. >> no. almost never. less than that. >> is there a less than never? >> not when a company turns out a quarter million cookers every single day. >>
to explain the daily frenzy at too good gourmet in san lorenzo. it's a fantasy land of the bright, the cheerful, the tasty, the obsessed >> he with came saturday and sunday and monday. >> merry christmas. >> blame it on the marketing instincts of jennifer. that's her. the one with the boxes of cookies all around her office. >> it began as trying to do one better than the animal cracker. >> woman learns mba, learns business with big corporate bands good in 19978 starts a cookie company because she wanted something to market and sell. >> i'll just go for it. just go do it. see if it works and be willing to fail and then change and try again and fail again and try again. >> the concept, tasty cookies, combined with house created packaging. >> i think people are impulsive and they see something they-like, they want to buy it. >> not that the packager jennifer always sees eye to eye. >> no. almost never. less than that. >> is there a less than never? >> not when a cop turns out a quarter of a million cookies every single day. >> the world wants to buy us food. shipping to japan, korea,
like oakland, alameda, san leandro, san lorenzo, castro valley getting into light to moderate rain as is san bruno south san francisco daly city, colma towards burlingame that is going to continue to sink south over the next hour if you live near the dumbarton bridge or north you will get light to moderate rain and light rain in the south bay possibly moderate rain in the santa cruz mountains. over the past six hours russian river only quarter of an inch, santa rosa half an inch. petaluma a little more than a quarter. let's talk about temperatures dress for mid 50s to low 60s. mid 50s around the monterey bay. rain this morning, showers this afternoon. foggy spots the next couple of nights brighter and drier starting tomorrow. here's that wave we talked about yesterday, hooking up with the front slowing progress bringing us the higher intensity of rain during the morning commute, you can see noon the steadier rain moves east, scattered light showers will continue during the afternoon hours if you have outdoor plans be prepared overnight maybe a stray shower then tomorrow's morning c
. take a look. the san lorenzo river is rushing fast. in fact, carol says it appears to be rising more dramatically than in years. she says only a day and a half ago it was so dry here, you could walk across the bottom at this spot near downtown boulder creek. >> pretty outrageous and if it keeps raining it's probably going to go over the dam. >> reporter: as the heavy rain keeps falling in the santa cruz mountains so do many trees an eventually electrical wires. highway 9 was blocked in several places including this tangled mess in ben lomond for much of the morning. pg&e says they are in better shape these days to respond to such situations. that's because they now have these high-tech mobile command units. this one based in santa cruz. they are stocked with generators, laptops and satellite phones to communicate with other emergency responders. >> prepared to respond quickly and effectively to get people's power back up as soon as possible. >> reporter: but we found some folks who decided to take matters into their own hands. what happened? >> i don't know. a tree fell down. i arriv
leandro, hayward, san lorenzo back to fremont back over to east pound heading towards that direction, a little into the santa cruz area and temperatures will continue to drop as the cold air works its way in. so some of that cold air will be working its way in am 15s on the temperatures with your view showing this pattern is here. >>> health officials are urging people in the bay area to gate flu shot. we will tell you who is required to get faction nateed against the -- vaccinated against the flu and why children will be free. >>> and the reason why hundreds of questioned washed up -- squid washed up on beaches. >>> and the moon pushed another man into the subway, his lawyer said his client is justified. . >>> a man pushed another man on to is subway track and the lawyer said his client may be justified. witnesses say the man smelled of alcohol and was staggering and following davis. it appears davis pushed the man to get away from him but pushed too hard and the man fell off the platform. davis is now charged with second-degree murder. >>> and the latest one was yesterday and a mai
down in mobile. >>> live stormtracker 4 showing heavy rain in hayward, san lorenzo. this is moving toward the trivalley now. i will let you know how long this is going to stick around -- coming up. >>> now for a look at our top stories at 8:30, a wet and windy christmas in the bay area. large bands of storms moving across the region tonight. in the north bay, drivers advised to proceed with caution to avoid hydroplaning and spin out on slick roadways. >>> in san francisco, a steady downpour proved to be too much for storm brains near the embarcadero. some were so backed up that water started to flood streets. flies at sfo are delayed by as much as an hour and a half. departing flights delayed for less than an hour. the storm also dumped record amount ofs -- amounts of snow in the sierra and a member of the avalanche patrol died. brian will be back in a moment with the forecast. >>> a remindern not to drink and -- a reminder not to drink and drive. a family is celebrating without a mother as a driver ran her over on twin peaks. here's more about the message of loss. >> reporter: jus
the teller a note, demanding money, and said he had a gun. although no gun was seen. >>> the family of a san lorenzo man run down and killed by a hit and run driver was in court. police say the prowler intentionally hit him and drove off. he died three days later. his brother is a long time ktvu photographer. he wants people to know there is a $50,000 reward for information. >> we are looking for some help. we know that somebody knows what happened. this could not have been the smartest crook in the world. he had to have told somebody. we're just hoping whoever that somebody is, will come forward and give us a tip that we need. >> this is a police sketch of the hit-and-run driver. he was driving a light colored cadillac with the dark colored top from the '70s, or '80s. >>> the off duty chp officer killed in a head on collision last week, is being remembered by his commander tonight as a man with a big heart, who took his job very seriously, especially when it came to saving lives. 38-year-old officer john fanini died in fairfield. the chp said he had been with the department for 15 years. he
, 40 families in the community of felton grove had to leave their homes. the san lorenzo river reached four feet over flood stage, a tree fell on power lines knocking out electricity to nearby tees, getting in and out of town was a challenge after heavy rains closed -- low sure of southbound highway 9 into paradise drive from felton the highway is once again open in both directs. >>> weekend rain leading to voluntary woodburning ban in christmas eve. the management district is asking people not to burn wood today saying the break in the rain will cause pollution to build up today and tomorrow, officials say reducing pollution levels today will avoid the need for a spare the air alert tomorrow on christmas day. mike will have the full forecast in just a few minutes. you can check live doppler 7 hd any time on abc7news.com. >> also we would like to you share your video or pictures send them to ureport, kgo-tv.com or on our facebook page facebook.com/abc7news also on twitter. >>> 6:04. happening now, last minute toy drive underway in san francisco to make sure every child has a merry mass
. the san lorenzo river is rushing fast. in fact, carol hendricks says it appears to be rising more dramatically than she has seen in years. she says 1 1/2 days ago it was tow dry you could walk across the bottom near downtown boulder creek. >> pretty outrageous and if it keeps raining it will go over the dam. >> reporter: as heavy rain keeps falling so do trees and eventually electrical wires. highway 9 was blocked in ben lomond for much of the morning. pg&e says they are in better shape to respond to such situation. that's because they now have these high-tech mobile command units this one in santa cruz. they are stocked with generators, laptops and satellite phones to communicate with other emergency responders. >> prepared to respond quickly and effectively to get people's power back up as soon as possible. >> reporter: but we found some folks who decided to take matters into their own hands. what happened? >> i don't know. a tree fell down. i arrived and the road was blocked by a tree. >> reporter: what did you guys do? >> we chainsawed it up. those with chainsaws. the rest of
the road and the river, huge blocks are rolling down river. towards the ocean. here in felton, the san lorenzo came up fast. >> we were pretty at apprehensive we thought that this could be a good one but there rain stopped. we're hoping for the best. in a speech coper-beachcombers it wao time. >> there is normally no driftwood so it is a great time to get some. >> scavengers, beach on fires will clean some of the mess but the rest should disappear with bonfires. in the santa cruz, rob fladeboe, kron 4. >> one of the biggest problems get this huge tree, this is a 60 ft. tall tree that came pressing down on the rear of a home on west eye street . the tree cutters are trying to take out the debris and it fell from 1 yd into another yard in this home. the homeowner in walnut creek also suffered from downed trees. and haazig madyun has the latest. >> "i am just freaking out because i have never seen this kind of stuff" >> never seen anyhting like this massive elm tree being uprooted in her back yard here on eccleston ave in walnut creeksays marie stileswhom has lived in the home since 1972
the mountains, a bit of heavier accumulations near the san lorenzo valley, and overall, a pretty much mixture on friday. more of the same expected for the weekend. in the santa cruzns, kron 4. >> pam: stay with kron-4 as we continue to track the storm our website -- kron4-dot- com, as well as our facebook and twitter pages. after the republican criticism of one possible nomination there were also announcing the next secretary of state. the looming fiscal cliff while congress is told holidays. [ male announcer ] if you're ready to get more from your tv service, now's a great time to get at&t u-verse tv. make the switch. [ female announcer ] call now to get at&t u-verse tv for only $29 a month for 6 months, with a total home dvr included free for life. plus, add hbo and cinemax and get the first three months free. [ male announcer ] with u-verse tv, you can record four shows at once with the total home dvr that lets you play back, pause, or rewind your shows from any room. get over 170 hd channels. that's more than cable. [ female announcer ] call now to get at&t u-verse tv for only $29 a month
Search Results 0 to 20 of about 21 (some duplicates have been removed)